It’s a Longshot

Posted on April 3, 2014 8:00 am

New York is proposing a law to allow slot machines at international airport departure terminals to catch gamblers on their way out of the country.

The rest of the people in the city can just place bets on whether de Blasio will have the snow in their neighborhood removed.

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4 Responses to “It’s a Longshot”

  1. Oppo says:

    Kinda undermines any moral argument they have against allowing slot machines everywhere else.
    For those who believed that any kind of principle was involved.

    (P.S.: Word to the wise — avoid hoping out loud for a “High Jackpot” if any air marshals are about.)

  2. Rayfan87 says:

    They’re still trying to figure out where to put the new casinos that were voted on, one town that was going to get a Seneca (native owned) doesn’t want it and the town board rejected it unanimously.

  3. Johnny45 says:

    They’ll find a way to get a casino. There’s to much tax money to be collected for to let it go.

  4. Rayfan87 says:

    There’s another town nearby that wants it. I live in the town that rejected it, if they had picked a different location, I might have been able to support it, but they picked the worst spot possible.

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